Shortly after "Dancing With The Stars" co-host and NFL sideline reporter Erin Andrews revealed that she was diagnosed with cervical cancer last fall, messages of support rolled in from fans and celebrities alike. On Jan. 25, the 38-year old TV personality posted her thanks --and a special message to all women-- via Twitter.

Erin Andrews' important message to women

In her short and sweet note, the now cancer-free Andrews --who underwent multiple surgeries but did not require chemotherapy or radiation to treat her disease-- expressed thanks for the support.

She went on to encourage all women to undergo routine cancer screenings, since "early detection is key." The tough-as-nails Andrews, who didn't miss a football game and opted to keep her diagnosis to herself as she quietly waged her battle, closed the message out with a forward-focused "Now...onto the Super Bowl!!"

'DWTS' co-stars react to Andrews' news

News of her diagnosis came as a surprise to Andrews' fans and coworkers alike. Several of her fellow "Dancing with the Stars" cast members sent good wishes via social media. Pro dancer Jenna Johnson, who took her first spin as a professional coach during the series' fall 2016 edition, tweeted "Love you @ErinAndrews You are such a champ"

Two-time "DWTS" Mirrorball Trophy winner Cheryl Burke added her good wishes to the mix by tweeting "One of the strongest women I know...

we love you @ErinAndrews."

Maksim Chmerkovskiy, who danced with Andrews during her tenure as a "Dancing with the Stars" contestant back during the show's 10th season, also sounded off on his former celebrity partner. The new dad --who welcomed son Shai Aleksander with fiancee and fellow pro dancer Peta Murgatroyd earlier this month-- told People that she's "a strong person" and that he's "happy that she keeps overcoming these incredibly difficult obstacles with a smile on her face."

Although "Dancing with the Stars" 2017 cast spoilers have been scarce to date, the ballroom dance competition is scheduled to return to ABC --with Erin Andrews and Tom Bergeron behind the mic as usual-- on March 20.